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02-05-16 To Parent & Student:

Congratulations on being selected to attend the Rotary District 7255 RYLA Conference that will take place Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17, 2016, at Dorothy P. Flint 4 H Camp in Riverhead, NY. Your local Rotary Club has paid your scholarship.

Your weekend will start on Friday at 4:00 PM and will end on Sunday at 3:00 PM. There will be signs and Rotarians directing traffic and meeting you in the parking lot.

We have a very full and exciting weekend planned for you. PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE ON TIME AND STAY UNTIL THE END. There will no excusals during the RYLA weekends. We need for you to be here for the whole entire weekend. All meals and snacks will be provided during the weekend.

You will be involved in a variety of activities, both mental and physical. Some of the planned activities will be outside so please wear sturdy shoes (sneakers or good outdoor shoes) and dress in layers for outside. Please don’t wear anything new clothing. Remember it can still be cold in April so dress accordingly.

As soon as you arrive you will be greeted by your family group facilitators and receive an award of a quality RYLA t-shirt.

This is a weekend event so you will need to bring a sleeping bag or a bedroll consisting of sheets and a warm blanket(s). You may also bring a pillow. You will be sleeping in cabins on beds with mattresses. You will also need a toilet kit (toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, brush, soap and a towel). Please bring showers shoes. Just to let you know that the sinks and toilet, showers are in separate buildings. Bring clothing for sleeping in for one or two nights and a change of clothing for Saturday and Sunday will also be needed. This is a casual event. A flashlight is important, since the camp is dark at night and bring extra batteries. Please make sure that your flashlight is working when you…...

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